Damage suffered by consent

Damage suffered by consent is not a cause of action {Volenti non fit injuria};
Consent makes the law {Consensus facit legem}.

Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1), Fed.R.Civ.P. 72, and D.Kan. Rule 72.1.4, a party is provided ten (10) days to respond/file such written objections.

Carry a civil flag for common law jurisdiction when entering the courthouse (the port) & the courtroom (dry docked ship).
Under what is called international law,”the law of the flag,” a shipowner who sends his vessel into a foreign port gives notice by his flag to all who enter into contracts with the shipmaster that he intends the law of that flag to regulate those contracts, and that they must either submit to its operation or not contract with him or his agent at all. Ruhstrat v. People, 57 N.E. 41, 45, 185 Ill. 133, 49 L.R.A. 181, 76 Am.St.Rep. 30, citing 1 Bouv. Law Dict., Rawle’s Rev., 709, 800.

American Jurisprudence 2nd 1964 vol. 16 § 373 Rights of Contract
Liberty of contract involves, as one of its essential attributes, the right to terminate contracts, …valid contracts are property and as such are protected from being taken without just compensation, …The United States Supreme Court has stated that freedom to contract is the essence of freedom from undue restraint on the right to contract. Other courts have stated that the liberty to make contracts includes the corresponding right to refuse to accept a contract or to assume such liability as may be proposed.
The right of liberty of contract is inherent and inalienable. It belongs to every citizen by the law of the land; every man has the right freely to deal, or to refuse to deal, with his fellow men. Pg. 706 – 707.

ARTICLE I. Section 10. Restrictions upon Powers of States.
No state shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money, emit Bills of Credit; make any Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.
Maxims of Law: Consent and Contracts
* Consent makes the law. A contract is a law between the parties, which can acquire force only by consent.
* Consent makes the law: the terms of a contract, lawful in its purpose, constitute the law as between the parties.
* To him consenting no injury is done.
* He who consents cannot receive an injury.
* Consent removes or obviates a mistake.
* He who mistakes is not considered as consenting.
* Every consent involves a submission; but a mere submission does not necessarily involve consent.
* A contract founded on a base and unlawful consideration, or against good morals, is null.
* One who wills a thing to be or to be done cannot complain of that thing as an injury.
* The agreement of the parties makes the law of the contract.
* The contract makes the law.
* Agreements give the law to the contract.
* The agreement of the parties overcomes or prevails against the law.
* Advice, unless fraudulent, does not create an obligation.
* No action arises out of an immoral consideration.
* No action arises on an immoral contract.
* In the agreements of the contracting parties, the rule is to regard the intention rather than the words.
* The right of survivorship does not exist among merchants for the benefit of commerce.
* When two persons are liable on a joint obligation if one makes default the other must bear the whole.
* You ought to know with whom you deal.
* He who contracts, knows, or ought to know, the quality of the person with whom he contracts, otherwise he is not excusable.
* He who approves cannot reject.
* If anything is due to a corporation, it is not due to the individual members of it, nor do the members individually owe what the corporation owes.
* Agreement takes the place of the law: the express understanding of parties supersedes such understanding as the law would imply.
* Manner and agreement overrule the law. * The essence of a contract being assent, there is no contract where assent is wanting.


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